held its 9th Annual Community Arts Day on April 14, highlighting the work of over 500 art projects from throughout Culver City Unified School District schools.
Under the banner ‘Fear No Art!’ the day consisted of free workshops and performances including improv, dance and fine art classes as well as candle making workshops, flower arranging, creating art from recycled materials, photography and cartooning.
At the outside ampitheater, ’s students provided a powerful taiko drum performance, students performed an intricate folk dance from El Salvador, and Le Studio - a group of kids ages 6-13 - amazed everyone with their circus act,
students took part in an improv presentation, while Julie Lugo Cerra - Culver City’s official historian - spoke on the city’s colorful history.
This year, artist Andre Miripolsky worked with the students to create a piece of movable public art for the school campus.